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Hey Freebs! I’m finally sharing all of our best tips for traveling on the cheap, even internationally! I’ll teach you how you can road trip, travel domestically, and internationally on the CHEAP. One of my top tips is to remember to use Ebates any time you shop or book things online! Sign up for Ebates and get a $10 welcome bonus! http://funcheaporfree.com/ShopEbates,
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Thanks to Ebates for sponsoring this video, though I’ve been using and talking about them for years so all opinions are obviously mine!

Ps sorry for the bad sound quality. I used a mic for the first time and didn’t realize it was turned up extra loud. Doh!

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Laura Gambrell says:

I love these tips. I'm dying to see more of the US.

Jennelyn R. Manuel says:

You desserve 10,000 thumbs UP!!!!!

Simonas Dailidė says:

I wish about this…

Sirenna Palici says:

I have an eBates account that has been active since ::::drumroll::: 8/8/2003!!!!! Having said that, there's NO CASH ON IT … wouldn't it make more sense to open a new account and get the $10 free dollars?

Ashley Earl says:

I’ve been going back and forth on weather to get a travel card or cash back card and you just helped me make up my mind!

Emily Cunningham says:

My fiance's and my credit card offer your choice of cash back/travel miles! It's super awesome because anything that is deemed "travel expense" can be used on the card such as flights AND hotels! Makes it so much easier and then if we don't travel for a while we can just get the cash out of it as well!

Anna Lauryn says:

In Seattle $40 is not a lot of money… my mom had 4 kids and would spend $100 on dinner at a restaurant… 2 people cost $30 tip and drinks makes it 40

Brigitte Helene says:

"you need to pull your kids out of school", are you serious?! You can do that, without getting into serious trouble? In Germany they would probably send police after me, if I would do something like this…

tracy armstrong says:

That suitcase tip!!! ❤

Living Today says:

I have the travel bug, I have yet to find out what a good price is but for my family of three to japan it cost me 2100 and then to Thailand $2400

Alicia Una Ryan says:

Love these great tips & what a great video!
Greetings from South Africa

Sam B. says:

Sign up for Airbnb and get $40 off your first adventure. Here’s my invitation link: https://abnb.me/e/D2E7gl08TL

Y&S FOOD! says:

Awesome movie! Sitting here at Y&S FOOD! we like to discover these sort of contents. We create Travel & Food movies too, around the world, and we are frequently seeking inspirations and techniques. Thank You.

Pamela Smith says:

As a mom of five little ones also, I'm having a hard time finding hotels for short stays for our entire family. Have any hotel suggestions or are we stuck with needing 2 rooms each time?

Meg C. says:

I wish I had watched this a few days ago, I booked a hotel this past weekend I would've waited until Thursday. I did at least use Ebates and am getting 4% back. These are great tips.

Wendy Valencia says:

I'm an ebates super fan too!!! I've gotten hundreds of dollars back over the years. The plug in is GENIUS!!!

Wendy Valencia says:

LOVE LOVE LOVE this video

Michelle Spanos says:

You are a natural at this. Sharing, great information, fun… practically bffs with all your Freebs… anyway, I enjoy your content, BBB was a fresh perspective on money for this budget gen-x Momma of 24 years!!
I am also a travel agent and there is a time when charging a fee is appropriate. My time is valuable and I do my best to be wise with each day/Moment/hour (I block schedule too!!) so after gathering information and putting together vacation quotes for clients in good faith and within their budget, only to have them bail and say “thank you but I’ll book on my own” – so I have instituted a fee for certain services and offer others for free- Travel Agents are best for people who have more money than time to plan a vacation, in that case if the Travel agent fee is in the budget… spent it, if it’s not, then work it in, sell something… etc 😉
Fun being a Freeb!

La'Quinta Brown says:

Great tips. Thank You! Which cash back card do you recommend?

Kristina Eskra says:

I agree about airline credit cards, BUT the Capital One Venture card is totally awesome, and not a flight miles card at all. You get 2 points per dollar and you can use your points to “erase” any travel related purchases, point for point. We’ve traveled once a year with our points! Of course, we use our card for everything and pay it off each month, but it’s free vacation money. I highly recommend it to everyone. Love your travel tips!

71babyjay says:

I would love to see a packing video or what travel bags you use etc!

Papeeshka says:

Where can you feed 7 people for $40?

Annemarie Forgie says:

Cash back rewards are usually worth significantly less than travel rewards. For example, the Capital One Venture card has a purchase eraser tool that can be used for any travel expenses, not just flights, and the points are worth twice the amount when used for travel instead of regular cash back. For example, I just recently used 2,000 points to erase a $20 Uber purchase. If I wanted to use those same 2,000 for cash back it would only have been worth $10.

Alaina Nelis says:

skiplagged is the BEST!!!!!

The Chaos Crew says:

I have the chase freedom unlimited card and get cashback but can use it for travel. Hotels, rental cars and planes. Is that the same? Idk but it seems like a deal since I just use that card to pay bills anyways so it's free for us lol.

Tiera Kekaula says:

This is a tip I stole from my mom… When I do omiyage/souvenir shopping, I sometimes mail things to the recipient or home to myself. This works especially well in batches (like sending everything for my work friends to the office, or sending everything for my Dad's side of the family to his house) and with USPS flat rate shipping. Of course this will depend on the size of the items and how many things you're shipping, and this may not be worth the money internationally.

Christine Kyle says:

Also when you offer to stay back that helps with anyone who is flying stand by. So the people are basically waiting to get on a plane only if they have enough seats available. My husband works for american and we fly for free but on stand by. we were once stuck for an entire weekend because flights were so booked we couldnt get home and all we were doing was visiting family in puerto rico(right before the hurricane).

Jade Young says:

Go through bluegreen vacations!!! It’s a timeshare company but seriously they’re so amazing. If you haven’t heard of them, look them up and research it!

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